REGIONAL DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE

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In this ever changing and dynamic world and with the unending development in communication technologies, that primarily aims to bring fastest and reliable information readily available to the constituencies and the general public, it is with great pride and honor to launch and introduce the new BLGF CALABARZON Website.

With this new technological the BLGF CALABARZON hopes to convey and impart to its clientele more particularly the LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT within this region and its constituencies current issues and concerns regarding local treasury and real property assessment operations. Likewise, may this website serve as a tool to better understanding in local fiscal operations with the end in view of bringing the gap between taxing authorities and taxpaying public

Welcome to BLGF Region IV-A.

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BLGF Regional Director and Staff

 

 

ABOUT US

VISION/MISSION

BLGF of the Department of Finance is the focal agency and an authority in local finance that aims to be at the forefront of local economic growth leading the way towards national development.


FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT

  • Supervises and coordinate the conduct of local treasury and assessment operations of the provinces, cities and municipalities within the region for proper implementation of laws, decrees, rules and regulations and administrative issuances of the Department.
  • Establish liaison and linkage with other regional offices and agencies of the national government in the region for the purpose of closer coordination in the execution of national regional plans or programs in the area.
  • Coordinate in the prosecution of local government projects.
  • Undertake researches, studies and related activities for purpose of formulation and execution of policies that would promote the financial stability and growth of the local government.
  • Supervises and monitor the execution of taxmapping and other real property assessment projects of the local government units within the region.
  • Approve the individual schedules of values of real property prepared by the provincial and city assessors in the region.
  • Coordinate the plans, programs and activities of local treasury and assessment offices in the conduct of tax collections drives and tax information and education campaigns.
  • Subject to the approval of the Department of Finance, conduct regional training programs, seminar-workshops, conferences, and other allied activities designed primarily for the improvement of administrative and technical skills in the local treasury and assessment offices.
  • Perform such other functions as may be prescribed by law or as may be delegated by the Secretary of Finance.

CORE VALUES

  • INTEGRITY
  • TEAM WORK
  • SERVICE EXCELLENCE
  • ACCOUNTABILITY
  • COMMITMENT

 

PROFILE OF THE REGION

 

POLITICAL SUBDIVISION

CALABARZON

 

CALABARZON and MIMAROPA were previously combined together as Southern Tagalog, until they were separated in 2002 by virtue of an Executive Order No. 246, dated October 28, 2003, and designated Calamba City as the regional center of CALABARZON.

        CALABARZON is one of the regions of the Philippines. It is also designated as Region IV-A and its regional capital is Calamba City in Laguna. The region is composed of five provinces, namely: CAvite,LAguna, BAtangas, Rizal, and QueZON; the region’s name is formed from the names of these provinces.

        Region IV-A is located east and south of Metro Manila. It is bounded on the east by the Philippine Sea and Bicol Region, on the south by Verde Island Passage, and on the west by Luzon Sea. Its topography is mostly rolling hills with small scattered plains. Parts of Sierra Madre Mountains extend to the province of Rizal and Northern Quezon. There are also mountains in the Bondoc Peninsula of the southern part of Quezon.


CLIMATE3

 CALABARZON has four climate types as delineated by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

Type I  – climate is characterized by two pronounced seasons, dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year. This type is observed in both the lowlands and highlands of the region.

Type II  – climate can be classified that No dry season w/ a very pronounced rainfall from November – April & Wet during rest of the year.

Type III  – climate as observed relatively dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year. These seasons are not very pronounced as compared to Type I climate.

Type IV  – climate, rainfall is more or less distributed through out the year.


language

Tagalog (pronounced /t?’g??l?g/ in English)[4] is an Austronesian language spoken as a first language by a third of the population of the Philippines and as a second language by most of the rest.[5] It is the first language of the Philippines Region IV-A (CALABARZON).

HISTORY

        The word Tagalog derived from tagailog, from taga- meaning “native of” and ilog meaning “river.” Thus, it means “river dweller.” Very little is known about the history of the language.

OFFICIAL STATUS

        Tagalog was declared the official language by the first constitution in the Philippines, the Constitution of Biak-na-Bato in 1897.

        In 1935, the Philippine constitution designated English and Spanish as official languages, but mandated the development and adoption of a common national language based on one of the existing native languages. After study and deliberation, the National Language Institute, a committee composed of seven members who represented various regions in the Philippines, chose Tagalog as the basis for the evolution and adoption of the national language of the Philippines. President Manuel L. Quezon then, on December 30, 1937, proclaimed the selection of the Tagalog language to be used as the basis for the evolution and adoption of the national language of the Philippines. In 1939 President Quezon renamed the proposed Tagalog-based national language as wikang pambansa (national language). In 1959, the language was further renamed as “Pilipino”.

        The 1973 constitution designated the Tagalog-based “Pilipino”, along with English, as an official language and mandated the development and formal adoption of a common national language to be known as Filipino. The 1987 constitution designated Filipino as the national language, mandating that as it evolves, it shall be further developed and enriched on the basis of existing Philippine and other languages. However, in practice, Filipino is simply Tagalog.

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  DATE      ACTIVITIES/FESTIVALS      PROVINCE/MUNICIPALITY/CITY  
JANUARY
January 7-16 Sublian Festival Batangas City
January 11-15 San Pablo Coco Festival San Pablo City
January 18 Sikhayan Festival Sta. Rosa City
January 17-31 Kawayan Festival Magdalena, Laguna
Salibanda Festival Paete, Laguna
3rd Sunday of January Sto. Nino Festival Alabat, Quezon
January 29 Candle Festival Candelaria, Quezon
FEBRUARY
February 4 Atimonan Day Atimonan, Quezon
2nd Week of February Pahimis Festival Amadeo, Cavite
February 10-20 HAMAKA Festival Taytay, Rizal
2nd Sunday of February Feast of San Geronimo Morong, Rizal
February 17 Taguimanok Festival Padre Burgos, Quezon
February 18 Coco Lilay Festival Unisan, Quezon
February 18-22 Sampaguita Festival San Pedro, Laguna
Last Week of Feb – March 7 Mahaguyog Festival Sto. Tomas, Batangas
MARCH
2nd Sat of March Sikaran Festival Baras, Rizal
March 29 Araw ng Binangonan Binangonan, Rizal
APRIL
April 1-9 Kesong Puti Festival Sta. Cruz,Laguna
April 3 Luisiana Day Luisiana, Laguna
April 6-7 Tawilis Festival Agoncillo, Batangas
April 10-17 LA LAGUNA Festival Province of Laguna
April 13 Hambujan Festival Dolores, Quezon
April 23 Yamang Dagat Festival Mabini, Batangas
April 24-27 Banana Festival San Francisco, Quezon
April 27 Balas Festival Lian, Batangas
April 28-30 El Pasubat Festival Taal, Batangas
April 29-30 Barong Tagalog Festival Lumban, Laguna
April 30 Anahaw Festival Lopez, Quezon
MAY
May 1 Pabitin Festival Balete, Batangas
Tromba Festival Baras, Rizal
Naikgikan Festival Naic, Cavite
May 2 Sublian Festival Bauan, Batangas
First Week of May Ang Tipulo Festival Antipolo City
May 15 Piyesta ng Tinapay Cuenca, Batangas
Mayohan sa Tayabas Tayabas City
Pahiyas sa Lucban Lucban, Quezon
Bagakay “Agawan” sa Sariaya Sariaya, Quezon
Pabitin Festival Catanauan, Quezon
Coconut Festival Alabat, Quezon
May 16 Pastulan Festival San Pascual, Batangas
May 25 Alimango Festival Calauag, Quezon
May 28 – June 12 Kalayaan Festival Kawit, Cavite
Last Sat & Sunday of May Bangkero Festival Pagsanjan, Laguna
Last Sunday of May Grand La Paz Agoncillo, Batangas
May (Month Long) SantaCruzan Festival Provincial Wide
JUNE
June 9 Sinukmani Festival Rosario, Batangas
June 22 Foundation Day of Real Real, Quezon
June 23 Lubid-Lubid Festival Tiaong, Quezon
June 24 Parada ng Lechon Balayan, Batangas
REGADA Festival Cavite City
Feast of San Antonio de Padua Pila, Laguna
JULY
Second Week of July Maubanog Festival Mauban, Quezon
July 22-29 Pinya Festival Pililla, Rizal
AUGUST
August 9 Malipunto Festival San Nicolas, Batangas
August 12 Kambingan Festival Tuy, Batangas
August 14 Sigpawan Festival Lemery, Batangas
August 19 Lucban Day Lucban, Quezon
Quezon Day Celebration Prov. Gov’t of Quezon
Kalikayan Festival Lucena City
SEPTEMBER
September 7 Kawayan Festival Maragondon, Cavite
September 9 Kakanin Festival San Mateo, Rizal
September 10 Bancaton Festival San Nicolas, Batangas
September 23 Lomi Festival Lipa City, Batangas
September 27 Anihan Festival Lobo, Batangas
High Tide of September Penafrancia Festival Gumaca, Quezon
OCTOBER
October 4 Malagkit Festival San Antonio, Quezon
October 6 Sapao-An Festival Cardona, Rizal
1st Friday of October Eggstravaganza Festival San Jose, Batangas
October 17-21 Binalayan Festival Binangonan, Rizal
NOVEMBER
November 4-30 Higantes Festival Angono, Rizal
Whole Month of Nov. Belen Festival Sariaya, Quezon
DECEMBER
December 1 Kabakahan Festival Padre Garcia, Batangas
Bibingka Festival Cainta, Rizal
December 1-8 Calacatchara Festival Calaca, Batangas
Ala-Eh Festival Prov’l Gov’t of Batangas
December 2 Mardi Gras Nasugbu, Batangas
December 12 Lambayon Festival San Juan, Batangas
2nd Week of December Alfonso Day Alfonso, Cavite
December 24 Maytinis Festival Kawit, Cavite

land

CALABARZON is the most populous region with 11.7 million inhabitants, slightly higher than Metro Manila’s 11.5 million people. The population is composed mostly of Tagalogs with very few other cultural groups from other regions. Many famous Filipinos hail from this region: Jose P. Rizal from Laguna, Emilio Aguinaldo from Cavite, Apolinario Mabini, Jose Laurel, and Claro M. Recto from Batangas.

Province/City Land Area (In Square Meters)
(NSCB Data) (Assessor’s Data)
   BATANGAS 2,520,230,000.00 2,467,726,866.65
   CAVITE 1,369,050,000.00 1,236,225,890.24
   LAGUNA 1,374,890,000.00 23,948,777,372.60
   QUEZON 8,758,440,000.00 7,166,067,037.86
   RIZAL 885,840,000.00 1,448,826,070.25
   ANTIPOLO CITY 8,758,440,000.00 7,166,067,037.86
   BATANGAS CITY 282,960,000.00 337,549,293.64
   BIÑAN CITY 43,500,000.00 38,671,903.10
   CALAMBA CITY 149,500,000.00 175,318,584.47
   CAVITE CITY 10,890,000.00 3,509,670.31
   DASMARIÑAS CITY 90,130,000.00 52,729,917.83
   LIPA CITY 209,400,000.00 216,036,126.17
   LUCENA CITY 80,210,000.00 84,087,686.76
   SAN PABLO CITY 197,560,000.00 189,419,394.49
   SANTA ROSA CITY 54,840,000.00 55,414,150.13
   TAGAYTAY CITY 65,000,000.00 72,906,365.00
   TANAUAN CITY 107,160,000.00 309,303,144.64
   TAYABAS CITY 80,210,000.00 244,954,850.00
   TRECE MARTIRES CITY 39,100,000.00 44,643,904.00
   TOTAL 16,625,010,000.00 38,438,809,788.64

 

ADMINISTRATIVE, TREASURY AND ASSESMENT REPORTS

LOCAL SOURCES

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INVENTORY OF BUSINESS TAX PAYERS & REAL PROPERTY TAX PAYERS

EXAMINATION OF LOCAL TREASURY OPERATIONS

ASSESSMENT EXAMINATION & EVALUATION REPORTS

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STATUS OF SMV UPDATING AND GENERAL REVISION

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STATUS OF LOCAL REVENUE CODE UPDATING

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STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS AND POST BORROWING REPORT

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BLGF Regional Citizens Charter
Debt Service Ceiling

ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE ON DEBT SERVICE CEILING (REGIONAL OFFICE)


The issuance of Certificate on Debt Service Capacity of the LGUs is in conjunction with the Bureau´s LGU Debt Service Certification System, which determines the maximum amount an LGU can allocate for debt service. LGUs are issued certifications for their borrowing and debt service capacities as a requirement for sub-loan projects.

The procedure below defines the steps to be undertaken in the issuance of Certificate on Debt Service Ceiling (Borrowing Capacity) of LGUs

Availability of Service: Monday to Friday from 8:00AM to 5:00 PM except on holidays.

Clientele         : Local Government Units, GFIs

How to Avail of the Service:

STEP Customer / Client Service Provider (Offices / Units of BLGF) Duration of Activity (Under Normal Circumstances) Division / Person In-Charge Fees Form / Document
1 Submits Request for Debt Service Ceiling / Borrowing Capacity 20 minutes
2 Receives letter request by the Prov / City / Mun LCE together with documentary requirements 3 minutes Receiving Clerk
3 Records letter request in the log book and attach routing slip for Action Officer 5 minutes Receiving Clerk
4 Routes to Action Officer concerned RD – ARD or duly authorized Officer
5 Evaluates / reviews completeness of documentary requirements

  • if with complete documentary requirements, prepare letter / endorsement to CO for issuance of Certification
  • if not complete or with deficiency, prepare letter to LCE concerned for submission of lacking requirements
2 hours15 minutes15 minutes SpLTE PLM / MGB / MBB
6 Forwards draft / final letter to RD or in her absence, to ARD for signature / approval 10 minutes RD – ARD
7 Records and releases documents 10 minutes AO IV LTD / HRMA EPM
8 Files
END of TRANSACTION
Req. of Cert. on Debt Service Ceiling

Documentary Requirements for the Issuance of Certificate on Debt Service Ceiling (Regional Office)


  1. Statement of Actual Income and Expenditure for the past three (3) years duly certified and audited by the Local Accountant and Auditor with the following supporting documents:
    • Trail Balance
    • Balance Sheet
    • Report of Revenues and Receipts
    • Status of Appropriations, Allotment and Actual Obligations Incurred
  2. Current Year Annual Budget and Annual Investment Plan
  3. Certification of the taxable Assessed Value for the past three (3) years and the date of the last successful conduct of General Revision of Real Property Assessments duly Certified by the Municipal Assessor
  4. Certification of the annual IRA received for the last three (3) immediate Preceding Years (Gross & Net) duly certified by the Local Treasurer
  5. Certification of existing loans, if any, duly certified by the Local Treasurer and / or lending institution with the following details:
    • Kinds of Loans and Other Obligations
    • Purpose of Loans and Other Obligations
    • Name of Lending Institution
    • Date of Approval and Other Maturity
    • Terms and Conditions (Interest rate & no. of years to pay)
    • Annual amortization
    • Latest Balance Loans and Other Obligation
    • Current
    • Arreages
  6. COA Annual Audit Report for the immediate preceding years

STEP Customer / Client Service Provider (Offices / Units of BLGF) Duration of Activity (Under Normal Circumstances) Division / Person In-Charge Fees Form / Document
1 Submits Request for Certification on Income Classification 20 minutes Letter request
2 Receives letter requests by the Pro / City / Mun LCE and other stakeholders 3 minutes
3 Records letter request in the log book and attach routing slip for Action Officer 5 minutes
4 Forwards letter to RD or in her absence, to ARD for scrutiny 2 minutes
5 Routes to Action Officer concerned 5 minutes RD / ARD
6 Prepares letter with attached 20 minutes
7 Certified copy of income class AO IV LTD / HRMA EPM
8 Forwards letter request to RD or in her absence, to ARD for signature / approval 10 minutes RD / ARD
9 Records / releases documents 10 minutes AO IV LTD / HRMA EPM
END of TRANSACTION
Response to Queries

Response to Queries


The procedures below define the steps to be undertaken on queries or requests from the time the queries or other forms of communication are received to the time the responses are recorded.

Availability of Service: Monday to Friday from 8:00AM to 5:00 PM except on holidays.

Clientele         : Local Government Units Other Agencies Taxpayers

How to Avail of the Service:

STEP Customer / Client Service Provider (Offices / Units of BLGF) Duration of Activity (Under Normal Circumstances) Division / Person In-Charge Fees Form / Document
1 Client / customer submits the query to the Receiving Officer Records incoming communication / query Ten (10) minutes Any of the following in the receiving area: None Logbook
2 The query goes to the Regional Director for his information and appropriate delegation Fifteen (15) minutes RD Query / letter
3 The query is referred to the concerned Action Officer for appropriate action

  • For simple transaction/s
  • For complex transaction/s
Three (3) to Five (5) minutesOne (1) to Five (5) working days reckoned from receipt thereof Six (6) to Ten (10) working days reckoned from receipt of request. The ten (10) days can be extended depending on the complexity of the query or transaction.
    • ARD

 

    • Or any of the concerned employee

 

Logbook should be initialed by the Action officer upon receipt
4 For review of the draft reply and renders comment.

  • In case of corrections / comments, the draft letter is returned to the concerned action officer for re-drafting
  • In case there are no corrections / comments, the draft will be forwarded to the Regional Director.
Thirty (30) to One (1) hour ARD Draft letter
5 For final evaluation and notation of draft reply Fifteen (15) to Thirty (30) minutes RD Draftletter
6 For finalization Fifteen (15) minutes By concerned action officer Final letter
7 For initial of the communication Fifteen (15) minutes ARD Letter with initial
8 For signature Fifteen (15) minutes RD Letter with signature
9 For recording, sorting and mailing Thirty (30) minutes Records Officer Signed letter / Logbook
10 Files copy and maintains records Records Officer
END of TRANSACTION
Prelim Processing of Appointments

PRELIMINARY PROCESSING OF APPOINTMENTS (Regional Office)


The Bureau by virtue of its mandate supervises the local treasurers nationwide. Relative to this, it processes the appointment of Treasurers and Assistant Treasurers.

The procedure below defines the steps to be undertaken in the preliminary screening / processing of appointments of treasurers and assistant treasurers from the time of submission of qualified recommendees until the endorsement to the BLGF, Central Office for final evaluation and issuance of appointment.

Availability of Service: Monday to Friday from 8:00AM to 5:00 PM except on holidays.

Clientele         : Local Government Units

How to Avail of the Service:

STEP CLIENT / CUSTOMER SERVICE PROVIDED DURATION OF ACTIVITY (Under Normal Circumstances) Division / Person In-Charge Fees Form / Document
1 Customer / Client submits a list of three (3) ranking eligible recomm endees together with the documen tary requirements of each in accordance with Sec. 470 and 471 of the LGC of 1991. Receive and records incoming list of recomendees with documentary requirements Ten (10) minutes Any of the following in the receiving area: None Logbook
2 The documents goes to the Regional Director for appropriate delegation Fifteen (15)minutes RD Letter / documents
3 The documents is referred to the concerned Action Officer for appropriate action

  • Pre – evaluates qualifications of the three (3) recommendees to ensure that they all meet the prescribed qualification requirements

– If there are lacking documents, prepares communication to the concerned client

Five (5) days from receipt of complete documents Documen tary require ments
4 Prepares Comparative Evaluation of recommendees and determines their rating after receipt of complete documents Three (3) days after pre – evaluation -do- Compara tive Evaluation Sheet
5 Presentation to the RD the comparative evaluation sheet for the scheduling of deliberation for the Regional PSB.
6 Prepares communication to the Provincial Treasurer concerned to be signed by the RD (member of the PSB) for the schedule of preliminary regional deliberation. Letter
7 The Regional Personnel Selection Board (RPSB) will convene for the preliminary deliberation.

  • Prepares resolution for signature
One (1) hour to Two (2) hours Chairman:
RD
Members:
ARD
PT
RPSB Resolution
8 Prepares endorsement to BLGF, Central Office with the Resolution and the documentary requirements for final evaluation and issuance of appointment Thirty (30) minutes Signed endorse ment & RPSB resolution
9 For recording, sorting and mailing Thirty (30) minutes Records Officer Logbook
10 Files copy and maintains records Records Officer
END of TRANSACTION
Counseling

COUNSELLING (Regional Office)


Availability of Service: Monday to Friday from 8:00AM to 5:00 PM except on holidays.

Clientele         : Local Government Units Other Agencies Taxpayers

How to Avail of the Service:

STEP CLIENT / CUSTOMER SERVICE PROVIDED DURATION OF ACTIVITY (Under Normal Circumstances) ACTION OFFICER/S FEES FORM
1 Client / customer asks / inquires from the receiving officer regarding their predicament / query Five (5) minutes Any of the following in the receiving area:
2 Receiving Officer will accompany the client to the Officer concerned. Three (3) minutes
  • RD
  • ARD T
  • or any of the concerned employee
3 The client / customer will confer with the concerned officer / employee their predicament or query on what to do. Thirty (30) minutes to One (1) hour or depending on the complexity of the transaction
  • Concerned action officer
Assistance on Local Treasury & Assessment Operations

Technical Assistance on Local Treasury and Assessment Operations (Regional Office)


The service is designed to provide technical assistance on treasury and assessment operations in terms of revenue generation, local taxation, real property assessments and other related matters and provides information / data to regional line agencies, LGUs, private sector and the general public.

Availability of Service: Monday to Friday from 8:00AM to 5:00 PM except on holidays.

Clientele         : The service may be availed by Provincial, City and

Clientele         : Municipal Treasurers and Assessors, Regional Line Agencies, LGUs, private sector and the general public.

How to Avail of the Service:

STEP Customer / Client Service Provider (Offices / Units of BLGF) Duration of Activity (Under Normal Circumstances) Division / Person In-Charge Fees Form / Document
1 Client requests data / information / assistance either by walk – in, phone call or letter. Accepts the call and refer to concerned Section.Accepts walk – in clients and refer to concerned Section. 1 minute1 minute Receiving ClerkReceiving Clerk None
2 Client discusses with concerned staff the requested data / information / assistance requested. Provides data / information / assistance as requested.Accepts and record the letter request.Assigns letter request to Action Officer.Review / evaluate request and prepare action.
simple transaction
complex transactionReview and countersign the prepared action before final signature of the Regional Director.Record the documents before release.Release the documents for mailing.
Minimum of 30 minutes (depending on the coverage of subject matter referred to)5 minutes5 minutesw/in 5 days
w/in 10 days30 minutes5 minutes10 minutes
Action OfficerReceiving ClerkRegional DirectorAction OfficerAsst. Regional Director / Regional DirectorRecords OfficerRecords Officer
END of TRANSACTION
ISSUANCES of the REGION

REGIONAL MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR

2011

78th PHALTRA National Convention

Approval of Designations as Officer In Charge and In Charge of Office Treasurers

Joint Memorandum Circular No. 2010-001 (Enjoining All Concerned LGUs to Revise SMVs and to Conduct the General Revision of Property Assessments) and JMC No. 2010-002 (Specifying the Guidelines in the Imposition of an ad valorem Tax on Idle Lands)

Administrative Order No. 5 dated Dec. 9, 2010 from the Office of the President

ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE REGION
News Item / Release

2ND YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN CALAMBA CITY

Last July 1, 2011 is the Second Year Anniversary of our Office in Calamba City. The staff had a luscious lunch that all employees shared with the presence of our REGATA President no less than the Provincial Assessor of Laguna, Mr. Noel Vera Cruz. The feeling of contentment and happiness captured the hearts of everyone for reasons that despite the long travel from our residence to the Office we take gratitude to the Almighty God that still we are in the best of health and have a nice working condition.

 

GAD MAINSTREAMING

 

The BLGF Regional Office IV-A and IV-B will be together once again as they have conducted the Gender and Development (GAD) Mainstreaming in Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro last July 1-3, 2011. Our Executive Director, Ma. Presentacion Montesa graced the occasion. The Staff combined the participants from Region IV-A to Region IV-B. The Provincial and City Treasurers as well as the Assessors also joined the said activity. It was a memorable one for we have our get together and have fun to all the games we had. The essence of bonding to each and every one took place and the rapport we had built a strong foundation in each one of us.

 

Invitation to Bid
CONTACT US

Bureau of Local Government Finance Region IV-A

3rd Floor Marcelita Building

Barangay Real, Calamba City

Telephone/Fax No. (049) 545-0800

Email Address clar1d@yahoo.com